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CSPAN
Jan 26, 2014 12:00am EST
atmosphere in washington, d.c., in the 1840s and 1850. the author reports that the impacted legislative writing and left lawmakers ill prepared for session. this is about half an hour. [inaudible] [inaudible conversations] >> so, first i want to thank you for coming. it's great to see some familiar faces and others and it's great to be at one of my favorite bookstores. i've been coming here for a long time. i appreciate the invitation. it's really appropriate for us to talk about the role of washington, d.c., here in capital in the midst of the sectors subsequential of the civil war. it commemorates 150 years of the civil war. which lasted four bloody years and captured the lives of more than 700,000 americans north and south. and when we think about the civil war, it's typically with a sense of devicive relationships between north and south, and the violence that captured the nation well before the war began. men from the north and men from the south became angry and angrier. challenging one another with words and with guns over the issue of slavery. and washington, d.c., has long serv
CSPAN
Jan 26, 2014 3:52pm EST
atmosphere in washington, dc in the 1840s and 1850s robert thing personal relationships forged by many politicians of the day impacted legislative writing and left lawmakers prepared for succession, this is half an hour. >> so, i want to thank all of you for coming. it's great to see some familiar faces and some others, and it's great to be at one of my favorite book stores. i've been coming here a long time, so i appreciate the invitation. it's really appropriate for us to talk about the role of washington, dc here in the capitol, in the midst of the sesquicentennial of the civil war. it commemorates 150 years of the with war. lasted four bloody years and captured the lives of more than 700,000 americans north and south. when we think about the civil war, it's typically with the sense of the divisive relationship between north and south and the violence that captured the nation well before the war began. machine from the north and men from the south became angry and angrier, challenging one another with words and with guns over the issue of slavery. and washington, dc is the epicenter
CSPAN
Jan 26, 2014 10:03pm EST
much for having me on the show. rachel shelden are writes on the political atmosphere in washington d.c. in the 1840s and 1850s. the author reports that the personal relationships forged by many the politicians of the day impact a legislative writing and left lawmakers prepared for succession. this is about half an hour. >> first i want to thank all of you for coming. it's great to see some familiar faces and some others and it's great to be at one of my favorite oak stores. i've been coming here for a long time so i appreciate the invitation. it is really appropriate for us to talk about the role of washington d.c. here at the capital amidst a sesta lucas centennial -- sesquicentennial. the sesquicentennial commemorates 100 years of the civil war and capture the lives of more than 700,000 americans north and south. and when we think about the civil war, it's typically with a sense of the divisive relationship between north and south and the violence they captured the nation well before the war began. men from the north and men from the south were angry and angrier challenging one ano
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 5:00pm EST
jazeera. >> after threatening to look for greener pastures, bow something staying in washington state to build its dreamliner after tax concessions from the state and concessions from its workers. that's the inside story. ♪ >> hello, i'm ray suarez, for decades boeing in the seattle region have been nearly synonymous. governors have worked hard to make it happy, and elected officials from the state has been supported by them, and the company has maintained it needs more than that to be competitive. when union negotiations got difficult, it showed it would ready to go elsewhere for its labor. what the company got and what it got is symbolic of what it takes in the new world in labor and tax policy or a troubling way to do business? >> tonight our members accepted boeing's proposal. >> reporter: in a deal passed by the slimmest of margins, boeings' machinist accepted a contract to build the boeing 777 x in the region. a cost of living and so thousand dollars signing bonus for current employees. >> tonight washington state secured it's future as aerospace capitol of the world. tonight
MSNBC
Jan 19, 2014 11:00am PST
quote progresso light soups. washington, the world's longest-running television program, this is "meet the pres >>> given the unique power of the state, it is not enough for leaders to say trust us, we won't abuse the data we collect. for history has too many examples when that trust has been breached. >> good sunday morning. no matter what you think of edward snowden and the decision to spill secrets of how the government conducts domestic surveillance, he started one big debate. without him, it is hard to imagine the president giving the speech he gave this week. the spying programs are here to stay it appears. but the president says he would
LINKTV
Jan 30, 2014 8:00am PST
quote judge and washington, d.c. has decided it is not. i think it only deals with half of the question. i believe they are correct that it is constitutional, it is inappropriate use -- it is an appropriate use. what the president has posed to us, just because we can do something, should we do it? >> a terror suspect facing trial
Al Jazeera America
Jan 16, 2014 2:00am EST
quote that happened after washington scored 43 points in the first quarter. the deficit cut before the wizard responded with a 17-9 run. bradley added 19 apiece, leading seven players, michael eaves, let's look at sports for this hour. >> the winter olympics begin in soichy. hundreds of athletes would compete. there's one town that has a lot to be proud of. paul beban has this report from steamboat springs. >> forget football. this is how they do "friday night lights" in steamboat springs. the kids line up and launch themselves into the darkness. saturday morning it's time for speed camp. and saturday afternoon a cross-country race. for all these kids this is base
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm PST
quote judgment and i think all of the items that you've been alluding to referred in "the washington post" which was found
NBC
Jan 20, 2014 2:58am PST
quote of privacy and that is going overboard. edward snowden himself in the "washington post" said the
Al Jazeera America
Jan 29, 2014 5:00pm EST
no longer deny its medicinal benefits. >> two states, washington and colorado, allowed legal recreational use starting this month. but even in colorado tensions are still high on dealing with legalization. monday colorado supreme court agreed to review the case of quadriplegic who was fired from his job for failing a drug test. in washington state there is another point of friction on marijuana legalization. driving under the influence of marijuana is illegal there, just as it is with alcohol. but determining a user's condition is harder. because traces of the drug remain in one's system long after use. how to deal with newly legal recreational marijuana and existing laws lay in the hands of the state's liquor control board and they're swimming in uncharted waters. largely silent on a state issue president obama made this comment about marijuana to the "new yorker" magazine earlier this week. i view it as a bad habit and a vice, not very different from the cigarettes that i smoked as a young person up through a big chunk of my adult life. i don't think it is more dangerous than alcohol. a
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2014 10:00am EST
. we try to inform the country of what is going on in washington and what the elected members of congress are doing. unemployment insurance, the data extended unemployment insurance causes unemployment to be higher. it causes people to put off looking for work and finding work. we think 26 weeks is better for the country. it is better for people than 99 weeks. those are sites that will develop over the course of this month and year. >> what about minimum wage? that is something that is hugely popular among all voters. theou have to look at policy issue. the president could try to spin this and make it into a message appeared at a time when applebee's is delivering food menus on an ipad, leading you order from your own table, raising the minimum wage will have a great effect on jobs. they looked at a project in the bronx. there is a plane to have 1200 jobs created. unfortunately, the higher minimum wage that was being applied caused it to be killed in a new project -- and a new project only creates 250 jobs. is it better to have 250 jobs that pay slightly more or better to have
MSNBC
Jan 19, 2014 11:00am PST
quote overboard. edward snowden himself when he was interviewed in the "washington post" said the following about what he thinks is lax oversight. the issue was basically what entitled snowden to take on the responsibility of being the oversight. the whole question who elected you inverts the model, he said. they elected me the overseers. he named the chairs of the senate and house intelligence committee, both of you, dianne feinstein he said elected me when she asked softball questions in committee hearings. mike rogers elected me when he kept these programs hidden. the fisa court elected me when this he decided to act on things they were never intended to do. the system failed comprehensively and each level of responsibility that should have addressed this abdicated their responsibility. so i'll start with you, chairman rogers. will anything change? >> first of all, i couldn't disagree more.
Al Jazeera America
Jan 30, 2014 11:30am EST
the production for recreational use but the authorities back in washington still consider both a crime. the careful walk through the new legal landscape is the "inside story." ♪ hello i'm ray and americans attitudes about marijuana have changed a lot since the worst days of the drug war. they have come to think of the drug has more benign and less dangerous than cocaine, heroin or meth, but the federal government still classifies marijuana as a narcotic that can land its producers, sellers and users in jail. their is money seized and property impounded. now the two states, washington and colorado, have legalized marijuana for both medical and recreational use, how can state law, revenue collection, law enforcement be made to mesh with the federal code? it's a question that will only grow more pressing as more states consider a change. another win for legal weed this week. tuesday florida supreme court guaranteed a spot on november's ballot to determine if marijuana could be used for medicine purposes. advocates presented nearly 700,000 signatures necessary for a ballot question. but
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2014 6:00pm EST
that drill on federal land. we will also look for your hone, e-mail, and twitter on "washington journal," live every day at >> our guest on "newsmakers" is michael needham. he is the founding ceo of the group started in 2010. it is a policy advocacy organization. nice to have you with us. let me introduce our two reporters, neil king and karen tumulty. >> let's start with the new year. we are going into an election year. the new health care law is really sort of finally kicking fully into gear. it looks like the new year will begin with fights over minimum wage and long-term unemployment. what are the issues you are going to be watching most closely? which do you think are going to matter the most? >> in november, obamacare will be the top issue. you basically have two parties. one who was trying to stop the bill from going forward, new -- knew socialized medicine was not going to work and tried to stop it. another party willing to do everything it could to make sure the bill went forward. when you see the implications, the implementation started in terms of job loss, full-time workers,
NBC
Jan 28, 2014 5:30pm PST
through this patch of winter. >>> state of the union. we're here in washington with a preview. the president will say it strong. but our new nbc news poll finds a far different view among many americans. >>> money troubles in of all places the house of windsor as the life of a queen ends up costing a lot more than anyone anticipated. >>> and all over this land people today were remembering the life and times and the powerful voice of pete seeger. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. and here we are on capitol hill in washington to cover the president's state of the union address later this evening, while at this hour the real urgency is being felt across a huge stretch of our country in the deep south. a rare and unusual snow and ice event. some bad winter weather in cities and towns not equipped to handle it, from east texas on up through louisiana, including new orleans, through mississippi and alabama, where the national guard's been called out. and georgia, including atlanta right on up into the carolinas. put another way, 140 million americans are living under som
PBS
Jan 10, 2014 7:30pm PST
apologizes, robert gates confesses and democrats debate income inequality tonight on "washington week." am but i'm not a bully. >> chris christie the tough hands on new jersey governor who has his eye on the white house says he was betrayed. i am embarrassed and of liated by the conduct some of the paoepeople on my te. out of a ory straight hollywood script about politics, ambition christie takes center stage. >> as a result of what has been governor hasy this a lot of explaining to do. >> while in washington another figure former e defense secretary robert gates his former hits at boss and at the vice president. > the president absolutely wants tough questions asked on matters of national security he advisors to be blunt and candid. blunt?this this candid? this soon? eanwhile, on capitol hill lawmakers debate the best way to close the income gap. can't agree to extend benefits for the long-term unemployed. unemployed are not lazy, not lacking in motivation. they are cope being with the after aftermath of the worst economic crisis in generations. >> it is only when you believe g
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2014 5:00pm EST
this audience that washington, dc and the entire country has changed over the last four years. but we don't have to simply cite our belief and our philosophy as to what is going on in our country. the world knows. the world is the terrorist, and let me give you two very authoritative sources that confirm the fact that things are increasingly not right. the first one is the world's bank. which does a study every year on international competitiveness. the second one is a organization called the world economic forum which meets in switzerland, which puts out an annual survey. both of these august organizations put together these studies and track corruption in developing countries around the world, and since 2009, both of these organizations have found that while in 2009 the united states was in the middle of the pack as far as advanced industrialized countries were concerned, in dealing with cronyism corruption, we are, as of this year, dead last among developing countries. that is the fate and the state to which our country has moved. if you have been to washington, dc recently, as compared to ev
ABC
Jan 9, 2014 11:00pm EST
early in the morning. we will see the freezing rain change to rain a in areas west of washington where they have a little snow. temperatures 28 to 32 degrees. weather byge in the saturday in just a few minutes. >> we will be monitoring the weather overnight. instant updates on the traffic situation and any other delays on good morning washington starting tomorrow at 4:30 a.m.. >> for the first time, cathy talks to the community about the high-profile investigation of three officers. the charges range from child pornography to camping out teen girls to attempted murder. keep themsupposed to safe. rex they focus on those officers in their own community. for two hours, they kept the police chief on the hot seat answering questions. she had a hard time convincing them the wrongdoing was not widespread. >> they just want to know what happened, why it happened. residents wanting answers from d.c.'s police chief. after two officers recently wound up on the wrong side of the law. accused of child pornography and pimping underage girls. they tried to assure the crowd that the two officers acted
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2014 7:00pm EST
. compiling and arranging his papers. >> she moved back to washington d.c. in her elder years and became very much behind the scenes in a political field again. >> as henry clay famously said, everybody loves mrs. madison. her equally famous response "that's because mrs. madison loves everybody." >> dolley madison came to her service as first lady with experience during thomas jefferson's two terms. the president often called on her to assist him. this sense of the usefulness of diplomacy allowed dolley to hit the ground wanting when she assumed the role in 1809 as her husband james madison became the president. good evening and welcome. tonight we will learn about the intriguing dolley madison. we have two guests at our table. let me introduce you to them. catherine allgor, an author and biographer of dolley madison. and a historian. one of her books is called "a perfect union." thank you for being here. edith mayo was the creator of the first lady's exhibit at the smithsonian. so many smithsonian visitors have seen this throughout the years. thank you for being here tonight. >> it is a plea
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2014 7:00am EST
elson and we are in bellingham, washington. we have been in business nine years now, started in 2004. primarily we use of heidelberg wind mill which is of letterpress found in most commercial print shops. they use it for die cutting and oil stamping, scoring but we use it for a printing. not that many people in modern time use heidelbergs for printing because they are slower. a lot of print shops use these 40 ft. long, six, our presses which sent tens of thousands of prints an hour. this is more meticulous doing artistic printing but it is the heart of our business. when you find something made with so much attention it just has more presence like if you are sending a card to someone that hasn't been mass-produced but handled by an individual i would hope that it would have more meaning to the person on the receiving end, that it is made with love. >> more from book bindings and letterpress as booktv and american history tv look at the history and literary life of bellingham, washington, today at noon on c-span2 and sunday on c-span3. >> reporter: next, marie arana's book on bolivar,
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2014 11:15pm EST
examines washington dc's landscape between the spanish-american war and world war i. this is 40 minutes. [applause] [inaudible conversations] >> thank you, emily. and good evening. it is a great pleasure to introduce william seale. i have known him for a very long time. because he married my good friend and college classmate. i married a brilliant historian, and so did she. william seale is a charming and witty texas gentleman. he has interest in history and he has built a long career in both. he's a native of beaumont, texas, he holds a ba from southwestern university and a m.a. and phd from duke. he came back to texas in 1969 and spent two years in columbia, south carolina, restoring the home of wade hampton. he then came to washington in 1972 to write a history of the state capital was henry russell hitchcock. he and their two sons settled in native alexandria. at this point in his career, he focused upon two different things. restoration in writing. in his volume of the white house was discussed in 1986 and was a second edition in 1996. he's he is the editor of the association jour
CSPAN
Jan 22, 2014 7:00am EST
] >> good morning. it is wednesday, january 20 2, 2014. you're looking at of you of the washington auto show at the convention center, not far from our studio on capitol hill. we will take our viewers live to the floor of the auto show as we discuss a variety of issues impacting the auto industry. that before we do that, we will start with a look back on the federal government's $85 billion effort to save general motors and chrysler, which came to be known as the auto bailout. the government selling its final shares of gm last month, we are asking viewers whether you think the bailout was worth it for the country. as we take you through arguments on both sides, we want to hear from you and our phone lines are open. democrats can call (202) 585-3880. republicans, (202) 585-3881. .ndependents, (202) 585-3882 you can catch up with our social media pages on facebook and journal@cr e-mail at spanwj. we will take you live to the floor of the washington auto show. the auto bailout issue, something vice president joe biden talked about last week when he was at a detroit auto show. a quote from vice
>> booktv is on location in washington, d.c. joined by the under secretary of the smithsonian who has a new book out. s smith sonnian's history. first of all, mr. kern, what's your day job? >> great question, peter. well, my day job is helping take care of the smithsonian and the legacy that the american people give us. you know, we host over 30 million people to the museum. my job is to help make the museums work, help the directors do their job. i have to take care of budgets and politics and public relations and things, but also the content of the work, what we do, what we show, the kind of ways in which we want to help americans and people around the world understand the american experience. >> how long have you been with the smithsonian? >> i first worked here in 1976 for the bicentennial of the united states, and then permanently since 1994. >> as the under secretary, are you the coo in a sense? >> well, we have three under secretary, one a earth science, one is finance administration, and i'm for everything else. i have a ph.d. in anthropology. >> all right. american histor
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2014 3:16pm EST
the washington post reporting on this and the new york times was because of snowden. snowden made the leak. before this, the washington post was not doing that much aggressive work on what the nsa was doing in terms of mastic you striving. media hask that the not been up to snuff on the whole issue. it would have been if the bush administration was in power. host: one must call in for you. gavin is waiting on the lines for republicans. caller: hi, james. thank you for coming on. paint a is, i want to scenario and get your comment. is there any chance that you that ourk -- think created these terrorists and radicals? guest: i think that all the studies that have come out agree with that. every time you have a drone attack, you're killing scores. hundreds of thousands of innocent people. they have been killed in these raids. all of the studies say that every time you kill a relative, the relative has other relatives. they have children and parents and aunts and uncles. you are helping radicalize people who would not necessarily have been radical in the first lace. it has not accomplished any
ABC
Jan 9, 2014 12:00pm EST
jay gruden at their next head coach. in a matter of hours, they will introduce them to washington. the team is holding a news conference at redskins park. we will have team coverage of the announcement from a tim brant as well as fans. we begin with tim brant. he is joining us on the phone right now. tim, i know you have covered this game for a long time. would you think about this choice? captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> i was very involved with the following his agent, we were on the phone from about 10:00 p.m. until about 3:00 in the morning. i do know it is a five-year deal with the washington redskins. jay gruden is the new head coach of the washington redskins and that is a very unusual long-term inl for a first-time coach this league. he started in 1997, he was the offense of coordinator in the arena league and became one of the all-time great coaches, he had a six arena bowl championships. nfl as annt onto the assistance, and he got a super bowl ring when he was wednesday -- with the tampa bay buccaneers. now he comes in, he was tightly
NBC
Jan 24, 2014 4:30am EST
's the windchill temperature, how it's feeling when you step out the door. it feels about four in washington. zero in rockville and reston. two below in manassas. dulles right now, it's feeling about seven degrees below zero. yesterday morning, dulles hit a low temperature of two degrees below zero. the coldest it's been there in 18 years. the cold streak continues throughout the day today. this morning, dress warm. the warmest jacket you have will be needed. and again, windchills as low as ten below through about 9:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m., an air temperature of ten degrees. the good news, once the sun comes up, we're looking at plenty of sunshine throughout the day today. high temperatures today will be in the low to mid 20s. i am tracking some snow in the forecast for tomorrow. coming up in ten minutes. i'll have more details on the best chance of where snow will fall tomorrow and the timing. for now, still tracking some problems on the roads? >> you know, i am. and here's what we're going to do -- where we'll start in virginia. ft. meyer drive shut down between westbound lee highway and eastbound lee
CSPAN
Jan 22, 2014 10:00pm EST
have been viewers shots of the washington auto show that runs today through february 2. we have been talking with david shepardson of "the detroit news ." rick is in ohio on our line for independents. ifler: i asked your producer they had a stock price for halliburton. before bush was elected, halliburton was going bankrupt. just got nailed for all kinds of fraud. as far as the card industry goes, i grew up in detroit in , and i0's and the 1970's have written books about the evolution of this country, and it goes back to henry ford. when henry ford gave his workers wages, a were able to buy a car with three months wages. when you look at capitalism and 35%,detroit was all about, 40% of the workforce were union. the uaw basically created an environment where they protected tax law, trade laws, antitrust laws and banking laws. when you talk about the big three, you are actually talking an economic ideology that was based on capitalism and democracy going back to the constitution. they were creating wealth. steel, that creates wealth. you make the car, that creates wealth. the wealth, 9
CBS
Jan 5, 2014 6:30am EST
♪[ music ] . >>> from washington, the mclaughlin group,ed american original for over three decades, the sharpest minds, best sources, hardest talk. >> issue 1, everybody must get stoned. ♪ well, i would not be so all alone, everybody must get stoned. ♪ >> sales have taken place in our country for decades and all that money goes into the hands of the underground market and cartels. that stops today. >> on january 1st, new year's day, colorado became the first state in the country to legalize the sale of recreational marijuana. those over 21 can purchase pot at 24 stores around the state. colorado residents can legally possess 1 ounce of the drug, and each adult has the right to grow 6 cannabis plants. non-residents can possess one quarter of an ounce, but they can't legally take it across state lines. this decriminalization of marijuana in colorado is the result of a citizen referendum and so on opening day for pot sales, people in denver waited in line for up to three hours. later this year another state, washington will follow suit with colorado's pot legalization. but under a
that we have got to get rid of these washington insiders. the same thing in the 19th century. the washington insiders for the worst thing to happen to our country. i would say that they didn't so much dropped the ball as they were oblivious to the wall and they didn't know what they were doing when it came to that. they tried to create peace. they tried several times to create some sort of compromise before the civil war came but they weren't able to actually do anything about it. jefferson davis is a great example of the washington community. he's basically a career politician. he is very much committed to washington society and has all kinds of friends and all kinds of places and was very much interested in building on that for the future. there aren't that many people in 19th century. jefferson davis was planning on it, so this was really an important moment for him in the sense that it is the death of everything that he believes in. this explains a little bit how he was able to make the transition to the confederacy because his political system has died and he needs to re
of american history in washington d.c. we are joined by the undersecretary of the smithsonian, richard kurin u.s. a new book out "the smithsonian's history of america in 101 objects." first of all, mr. kurin what is your day job? >> a great question, peter. my day job is helping take care of the smithsonian and the legacy that the american people give us. you know we host over 30 million people, to museums. my job is to help them make the museum's work and help the directors do their jobs. i have to take year the budget and politics and public relations in things but i'm also the curatorial content. what we do, what we show, the ways in which we want to help americans in people around the world understand the american experience. >> how long have you been with the smithsonian? >> i first worked aaron 1976 for the bicentennial of the united states and permanently since 1964. >> essentially the undersecretary are you the coo in a sense? >> we have three one for science, one for finance and administration mime undersecretary for everyone else. be what is your degree in? >> a ph.d. in cultural ant
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2014 12:00pm EST
with the colonies, nobody had messed with america and george washington and many other colonists looked out and fought we know what is happening here. george washington said he wants to make us as came and abject slaves as the blacks we rule over with such arbitrary sway and george washington said this and it took george washington a lifetime to understand the full implications of what he was saying and free his own slaves on his deathbed. they made a revolution for liberty and i wanted to make clear from the very, very beginning, in 1735 here in new york where so much of the great events of our history happened. from there on out the colonists were concerned about liberty. they had taken the country out of wilderness and they were going to run it themselves. >> host: tell us exactly who you are focusing on in this book. you have six figures and a family. >> the reason for that is my wife barbara and i took a trip to virginia just kind of on a whim to see the founders's houses. you would think we would have done this many times. but we never had. it just knocked my socks off to go down ther
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2014 9:00am EST
largely on the 1-way street that is the imposition that the federal government made on washington d.c. but i want to make it clear that in reality and in my book fair is much more push back within a city. even at its most politically important state residents challenge the federal government's plans and by failing to comply by insisting on home rules and offering a different account or explanation of the events than the government's version. the focus on the way the federal government uses the district to craft the modern drugs. first let me give some sense of existing scholarship on the origins of the drug war and where my own work fits in with that literature. most scholars to have looked at this issue emphasize two things, first classification of certain drugs as narcotics, apps, morphing, cocaine and later marijuana and second their removal from general circulation, all of which took place in the early part of the 20th century and was deeply tied to the reputation these drugs had acquired for recreational use among racial minorities. in my own work i've tried to emphasize the st
washington's uniform and sort. i listened to the visitors, and i picked things totally behind the scenes, some never been on exhibition, but they round out the story of the american spirit. >> 101 objects, how many objects does the smithsonian have in the collection? how many are on display? >> at least 137 million objects. that's specimen, artifacts, artwork, and living collections. remember, the pan that, no. 71 in the book, is one of the objects. we have a lot. at any one time, maybe 1% of the smithsonian collection is on display. now, we loan out to other museums around the country for research and exhibition work, but people just see the tip of the iceberg when they come to the museum. >> you have one here on exhibit that you have in the book, 101 octobers of american history, what is it? >> well, this is a wagon, being named after the river in pennsylvania, and it was created, we think, we don't know who exactly invented it, but it comes to us from the 1700s when people used these wagons. they were largely dramatic immigrants, and some of the decoration on the wagons mirrors that g
Al Jazeera America
Jan 17, 2014 12:00pm EST
, and a federal judge in washington issued a stay of the program just recently, said there have been no evidence of any attacks being prevented. technological regulations that oversee that technology and the surveillance programs enabled by the technology need to be reviewed del. >> mike viqueria at the white house, now 2012:02 eastern time. if you have been listening in we have listened to the president defending the national intelligence programs, his panel recommending 46 changes. the the president saying he will make five changes to the program. going on to say he would do so defending the existence of those programs within limits. live. >> the whole point is to obtain information that is not publicly available. but america's capabilities are unique. and the power of new technologies means that there are fewer and fewer technical constraints on what we can do. that places a special obligation on us to ask tough questions about what we should do. >> and as we have been listening to the president we have been joined by amy stepanovich, electronic information center in washington, d.c. the pres
Comedy Central
Jan 20, 2014 9:00am PST
are very angry at you inside washington for having the at that merit to -- temerity to write a memoir. i'm not sure why because many people write their memoirs about their time in washington. why do you think you face such scrutiny for this? >> i think first of all i'm pretty blunt and candid about the mess in the place. and, as i say, it's not just about the fact that i was brought to washington to try to salvage two wars but i had to wage war against the congress, against my own building, the department of defense and at times against the white house, often just to get the right things done in terms of support for men and women serving in afghanistan and iraq and even such horrible things as cutting the defense budget. >> jon: are you been surprised that the media has glommed on to the more sensational aspects? >> not surprised. i've been around too long for that. but i think that -- people have kind of proven one of the points in the book which is washington is so polarized that absolutely everything is used to prove one political point or another. so people have cherry-picked individ
NBC
Jan 9, 2014 4:00pm EST
have a new coach. hello, everybody. >> washington's football team finally gets its man. >> today the red skins made jay gruden their new head coach. we've been team coverage throughout the evening on this new hire. >> let's go out to the park where they're waiting for the news conference and big introduction. guys? >> reporter: we're just about a minute away. tony riley, the head of public relations is speaking to the media. we're being told it's still going to be another minute away from the official introduction of the washington red skins brand-new coach jay gruden. we're expecting the general manager to step up first and formally introduce jay gruden. he spent the last three season with the ben always as the offensive coordinator. this after a long week of interviews. they decided that they found their man. it all started tuesday night when bruce allen and other red skins met with jay gruden, they interviewed formally yesterday here at the park. today he signed that deal for a five-year contract here with the washington red skins. you think gruden, you think monday night foot
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2014 4:15am EST
she was washington irving professor. please welcome brenda wineapple and nathaniel philbrick. [applause] >> on my way over here, nathaniel, i talked about how both of these subjects are, you know, obviously the most, you know, among the notable eras of american history. how could we characterize, you know, a comparatively between your book and brenda's when it comes to, you know, intensity and relevance, you know, where both in the revolution and with the civil war there wasn't very much of a clear future in any era. >> yeah. well, i was thinking about this question, actually, when i heard about the great opportunity to be paired with brenda. and my "bunker hill" begins and ends with john quincy adams, it begins with him at 7 years old, standing on a hill with his mother then in her early 30s on june 17, 1775 watching the battle of bunker hill from a hill about 12 miles away, and later in his life he would record in his journal it was an experience -- an unforgettable experience. both of them were weeping as they watched the british navy unleash cannon ball on the patriots ga
ABC
Jan 8, 2014 11:00pm EST
is arrested, accused of driving a sixth grader's head into a desk. "the washington post" reports the teacher is charged with assault and cruelty to children. alleged incident happened at northeast washington back in november. according to "the post," the boy's mother has medical records showing her son suffered a concussion. the teach ears status with the school system is not known tonight. >> more trouble for the d.c. fire department. this time a firefighter is arrested accused of driving an ambulance on revoked license. >> allison, the past couple of months several d.c. firefighters have been arrested, some on serious criminal charges. wednesday morning another firefighter found himself once again on the wrong side of the law. engine 33 on atlantic street in southwest washington can be a busy place with firefighters responding to emergencies. the abc7 i-team learned one of the first responders working out of this fire hall on wednesday was arrested while on the job. according to this incident report, zraket police officer around 3:15 in the morning pulled over an ambulance driven by firefi
CSPAN
Jan 20, 2014 6:00am EST
of a symbolic iconic image. mr. smith goes to washington and senator obama goes to washington. i think looking back on it now, you will never see a picture like that of him. running up the steps of the senate by its himself. >> pete souza also worked in the reagan administration. >> he did. >> how can you do both administrations. is the job of photography all political? >> i don't think it is. obviously he worked for ronald reagan. i remember when we worked for ronald reagan. we saw him on the streets all the time, at the white house. i don't think it's political. i think he and the president have a great relationship, president obama, a unique relationship. they are very close. obviously, they spend so much time together. i think he has had more than anybody else. >> you were here about five years ago, a little over five years ago. what have you been doing? >> covered the olympics every year. love the winter, summer olympics. getting ready to head off to sochi for the winter olympics here next month. then, let's see, i covered world series, super bowls, using a lot of the new technology that
NBC
Jan 23, 2014 4:30am EST
, and frederick county schools will open two hours late. as will anne arundel and washington county schools. calvert and st. mary schools are closed today. >> in virginia, fairfax, loudoun, prince william county schools. arlington county and alexandria will open two hours late. falls chur falls church city schools will open two hours late. >> in virginia, clarke, focus, frederick, king george, and warren schools are closed. the same for winchester, fredericksburg, and shenandoah county. >> in west virginia, berkeley, hampshire, jefferson, and morgan county schools are closed. hardy county schools will open two hours late. if you missed one or didn't see your school listed, a complete list is at the bottom of the screen and on nbcwashington.com. >>> 4:31. time for weather & traffic on the 1s. let's get the latest on this deep freeze with storm team 4 meteorologist amelia seigel. good morning. >> good morning. our temperatures are going to remain below freezing. 32 degrees until saturday. this morning, bundle up. be cautious for black ice. what happened yesterday with all of the sunshine, we
NBC
Jan 23, 2014 5:00am EST
as will anne arundel and washington county schools. calvert and st. mary county schools are closed. >> now we turn to virginia. fairfax, loudoun, prince william county schools are closed today. schools in arlington county and alexandria will open two hours late. falls church city schools will also open two hours late. schools in manassas, stafford, spotsylvania, and culpeper counties are closed today. >> staying in virginia, clarke, fauquier, frederick, king george, warren county schools are closed. the same for schools in winchester, fredericksburg, and shenandoah county. >> in west virginia, berkeley, hampshire, jefferson, and morgan schools are closed. hardy schools will open two hours late. if you missed one or didn't see your school, there's a complete list at the bottom of the screen and at nbc4washington.com. >>> amelia seigel tracking conditions as you step out the door. the first thing you'll notice is the cold. >> absolutely frigid temperatures to start off your thursday. and it will remain very cold once again. in fact, we can't shake this chill until saturday. temperatures right n
PBS
Jan 3, 2014 7:30pm PST
>> 2014 is here with a clean slate. after the year-end budget deal, can washington find more compromise or is it back to politics as usual in a midterm election year? i'm john harwood in for gwen ifill. we'll explore those questions tonight on "washington week." more than anyone else in washington, the president hopes the new year will be better than the lousy old one. >> i firmly believe that 2014 can be a breakthrough year for america. >> there's some optimism in congress too. >> i think the pendulum is starting to swing back towards the center. john: one early test will be whether congress can raise the debt ceiling without a congress. >> i doubt if the house or for that matter the senate is willing to give the president a clean debt ceiling increase. >> the debt ceiling is raised simply to pay bills that we have already accrued. the responsibility of congress is part of doing their job. john: lawmakers from both participants face the ballot in november. >> the president won't be on the ballot but his allies will be. john: republicans square off against each other. >> we a
NBC
Jan 20, 2014 11:00am EST
sees this as special. in august, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of dr. king's march on washington. he is for ever remembered like this. it is difficult to think of dr. king as an older man. the know bell peace prize winner would have turned 85 this year. >> more impressive when you are here in person. you see what it means to the other people that are here. they are dedicated to the struggle. >> that was melissa mollet reporting. right now in northwest d.c., people are also gathered to celebrate the memory of dr. king at the annual king day breakfast. the reverend al sharpton served as emcee of the event which featured vice president joe biden as the keynote speaker. the vice president talked about his experience with as a civil rights movement as a young man. >> one of 17 employees and the only white guy. it was a bit of an epiphany for me. i thought i knew a lot of what was going on. i really mean this. all of a sudden, i was in the midst of the every-day culture of people who live in the midst of white folks who didn't know any white folks. >> the vice president also called on
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